OAR 259-020-0210
Polygraph Licensing Advisory Committee

(1) The Department may appoint a polygraph licensing advisory committee whose function is to assist and advise the Department concerning the administration of the Act.
(2) The advisory committee’s duties may include, but are not limited to:
(a)The development, review or revision of exam questions for the examination for licensure as a polygraph examiner;
(b) The evaluation and selection of polygraph examiners courses to be recommended for approval by the Department;
(c) Upon the request of the Director, the review and recommendation of professional standards cases presented by the Department; and
(d) Providing consultation in the form of subject matter expert review regarding, but not limited to, polygraph instrumentation and technical or professional practices within the polygraph profession.
(3) The advisory committee will consist of three members to be appointed by the Director, each appointment to be subject to ratification by the Board at its next regular meeting.
(4) Membership of the advisory committee will consist of currently licensed polygraph examiners, one of which will be a currently employed law enforcement examiner and two of which will be from the private sector.
(5) Members of the advisory committee will be initially appointed for a three-year term and may be reappointed for one additional three-year term.
(6) The advisory committee will meet at least once per calendar year and additionally as needed.

Source: Rule 259-020-0210 — Polygraph Licensing Advisory Committee, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=259-020-0210.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 259-020-0210’s source at or​.us